HMO claims-rejection rates trigger California investigation
California Atty. Gen. Jerry Brown and state regulators are scrutinizing how HMOs review and pay insurance claims submitted by doctors, hospitals, and other medical providers. The announcement came as regulators said they had stepped up scrutiny of the payment practices of the state's seven largest health plans in response to complaints from physicians and hospitals.
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